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Building Reading Habits in the Land of Papua

School library is an inseparable part of the teaching and learning process. Effective teaching and learning processes occur when students actively and independently enrich themselves by reading various genres of

MoU Signing on the Second Cycle of Child-Friendly Library in Badung Regency

Child-friendly library program is being held again in Badung regency. After successfully implementing child-friendly library program in Badung regency in the first cycle, Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) will again

Focus Group Discussion: Reflection on the Journey of the Child-Friendly Library Program of Badung Regency, Bali

The implementation of the child-friendly library program in Badung regency has been successful, and this reflection enables YLAI to review the strengths and challenges of the programme for schools in

The Writing of Leveled Folklores with YLAI and LPMP West Papua

Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia working with the West Papua Institution of Education Quality Guarantee (LPMP), held Technical Guidance on The Writing of Leveled Folklore Books. The training facilitated by three

Aisyah’s story: How books are changing lives

Link: http://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2017/06/12/aisyahs-story-how-books-are-changing-lives.html

Cluster Dewi Sartika Kesiman, the Forerunner for the Growing of Balanced Reading Programs in Bali

We all agree that the love of reading should be nurtured from early age. To cultivate the love of reading, we need to grow the habit of reading. If the

Workshop: Developing Libraries through Reading Activities and Library Visits

YLAI had again conducted a workshop entitled “Developing Libraries through Reading Activities and Library Visits.” This was the second workshop following the workshop on library management conducted in November last

12 Child-Friendly Libraries in Badung Regency: A Joint Mission to Build Reading Habits

Badung Regency, Bali, now has 12 child-friendly libraries scattered in every district. These libraries which were opened in February 2017, are part of the Room to Read Accelerator Project, aimed

Cluster VI Rendang Karangasem Becomes the Base for the Growing of Classroom Reading Corners

Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) in cooperation with Education Department of Youth and Sport of Rendang District, Karangasem, is helping to foster a reading culture by developing reading corners in

Wharton Study Group to Bali

On January 2-6, 2017, a group of post graduate students from the Wharton Business School, Pennsylvania University, visited YLAI on a study tour. This visit from the No 1 Business